A recent RiverMend Health/Ipsos poll shows that most Americans report feeling unhappy with how their body looks at times (79% vs. 21% never, I am always satisfied with how my body looks), with dissatisfaction most prevalent when looking in the mirror (37%), when at the beach in a bathing suit (32%), or when shopping for clothes (31%). For the full results of this poll and information on methodology, please visit: https://www.ipsos.com/en-us/news-polls/Most-Americans-Experience-Feeling-Dissatisfied-with-How-Their-Body-Looks-from-Time-to-Time-Including-Two-in-Five-Who-Feel-This-Way-When-Looking-in-Mirror
[WEBINAR] How Public Opinion Insights Propel External Communications
Join Ipsos and our guest speaker, Elizabeth Walton, Director of Market Insights with Freddie Mac, who will share their experience using a combination of national and targeted surveys to develop a point of view, and provide leadership with key data points for decision making and external communications.
[WEBINAR] Looking Ahead to the 2021 Holiday Shopping Season
Join us for a complimentary webinar featuring new research insights from our Ipsos U.S. syndicated online community to provide a glimpse into how shoppers are adapting to the evolving post-pandemic retail landscape today, and how they are planning ahead for Black Friday and beyond.